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Grateful Dead Live at Hampton Coliseum on 1989-10-09

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Grateful Dead Live at Hampton Coliseum on 1989-10-09


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Feel Like A Stranger, Built To Last, Little Red Rooster, Ramble On Rose, We Can Run But We Can't Hide, Jack A Roe, Memphis Blues, Row Jimmy, The Music Never Stopped Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Playin' In The Band Reprise, Dark Star-> Drums-> Jam-> Death Don't Have No Mercy-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Hey Jude Reprise-> Throwing Stones-> Good Lovin', E: Attics Of My Life


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Hampton Coliseum
Location Hampton, VA

Source Schoeps CMC421 (note change from previous mic info)> DAT > SEK'D Prodif32 > SoundForge 4.5 (Level Increase & Resample - <48to44.1>) > CDWav>WAV > SHN

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Schoeps CMC421 (note change from previous mic info)> DAT > SEK'D Prodif
32 > SoundForge 4.5 (Level Increase & Resample - <48to44.1>) > CDWav>
WAV > SHN; via T. Howland; note set 1 will fit all on d1 if you overburn
26 sec; listener M. Burgess reports, "first set sounds ok, maybe a little
muddy, but the second sounds thin and trebley, totally different from the first set";
note Mark Ferguson renamed md5s and shns with his 8/3/00 rehosting-
see his public comments, and md5s marked "ren" (for "rename")

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Reviewer: scoogy - - September 1, 2012
Subject: incorrect track names
"gd89-10-09d3t03.shn" is really Throwing Stones.
"Throwing Stones" is really Good Lovin'.
"Good Lovin'" is really Attics Of My Life.
Reviewer: deadhindu - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 30, 2010
Subject: Death Dont Have No Mercy
changed my life...i just cant believe how much soul jerry gives.
Reviewer: rustymonty - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 19, 2007
Subject: Jacksonville to Hampton or bust to see the Warlocks
I headed up from college in 89' with boozer (a local Norfolk boy) and a whole crew to see the Warlocks. We were in for the time of our life. If Help>Slip>Frank the first night was not enough, the Dark Star emerged the following night. Heavy police presence that night but we made it into a show that I will never forget. We were on the floor when Jerry busted out the chord into Dark Star. I must have lept 6 feet in the air when I heard it. Those who were there remember that when the show was over we stood in silence for 15 seconds and what must have been an eternity. Then the crowd went into a cheer that was so powerful and illustrated the impact that pulling Dark Star out of 5 years of hibernation could only do. Forget the soundboard vs. taper section recordings because this was more than that. Those in attendance know what it was about and how they felt that night. I am just happy that 6 people made it safely back to Jacksonville after that show. We had enough stuff to keep us going all night and I don't mean Starbucks coffee.
Reviewer: mid-maine - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 10, 2006
Subject: 17 years ago today
just think: the memories of this show are about ready to graduate high school now. my how time flies.

the aud recording is fun because of the way the audience screams like mad and then chills down to listen. it's an appreciative audience to say the least.

after attics was completed, we stood there delivering an ovation for some minutes before people began reluctantly streaming out the door. man . . . this one familiar dude came up to me and gave me a hug. he was crying, and then high-fiving all around. others stood and rubbed their chins, gape-gazing at the stage all goopy eyed.

the car drove me back to d.c. that night. don't even think i listened to the radio. those cheers and lights and tunes had just sunk in as much as the well could hold.

ah, the good ole days. 5 stars for hampton and the music, adding the 3 for the recording makes this a 4.
Reviewer: Tyler - favoritefavorite - September 30, 2006
Subject: poor sound
I'm not a GD fan at all. A user linked to this show with a technical question so I D/L one track to test if the d/l is working. Listening to only this first track of the show (Feel Like a stranger) i'm just not that impressed. the recording is very hollow and swishy and slightly muffeled, it sounds like it was taped from in the back of a stadium show. there are some nearby cheers / talkers. it's DBNA (decent but not amazing). I'd recommend getting the SBD of this show instead.
Reviewer: Pizza T - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 29, 2005
Subject: wow good sh#t
OK I will not lie, I am at playing in the band and I gotta say, WOW MAMA!!!!! This show is radical. So solid gangster dead..... I am waiting to get goose bumps from DS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do not hate on Jerrybear, listen to this show, it is so good, its like YES uh huh!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewer: Shurgymanolia - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 25, 2005
Subject: Stirrittup, little Jerry
"MUST READ REVIEW" FIRST, I WANT THE ABOVE MENTIONED SONG, STIR IT UP, PLAYED FOR ABOUT ONE VERSE AND ONE CHORUS, UNTIL THEY REALIZED THEY, (OR JERRY) FORGOT, OR DID'NT KNOW ALL THE WORDS. (WHERE WAS BOBBY'S LIST?? I AM NOT SURE WHAT YEAR IN HAMPTON IT IS FROM BUT PLEASE POST IT OR E-MAIL TO pshurgily@yahoo.com ALSO, DONT MISS THE SECOND SET!!!!!!!!! ESPECIALLY FANTASY-JUDE-FANTASY-JUDE-FANTASY!!!! AND, BY FAR THE BEST EVER WITHOUT QUESTION "DEATH DONT HAVE NO MERCY'. I CONTEST THAT IT IS BETTER THAN ANY LATE 60'S VERSIONS. TRUST ME, DONT PASS THIS UP!!!
Reviewer: blue52 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 18, 2005
Subject: audience man scores again
had the first set aud TAPE for years...row jimmy...very,very...very jimmy!no need to review show...that band "the warlocks" are pretty darn good
Reviewer: cousinkix1953 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 26, 2005
Subject: The WARLOCKS
We might eventually run into the "in-house" low power FM version of this show later. TMNS was trashed by a local broadcaster on the same frequency. The second set is better than the SBD versions which fade into the Playing opener.

This audience second set is far more enjoyable than the chopped board tape. A combimation of sources is the best option for now...
Reviewer: Tampa Red - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 17, 2005
Subject: Gotta agree with Nick...
...this is an absolutely essential audience recording! If that crowd reaction at the beginning of DS doesn't give you shivers and goosebumps, you're not much of a Deadhead. This recording is of more than adequate quality to allow one to fully appreciate such a (deservedly) legendary performance. If you want the SBD, then listen to the SBD! It's especially silly to bitch about this recording because (1) there's a great SBD alternative out there, and (2) it's an excellent recording! What's the problem?
Reviewer: NicksPicks - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 15, 2005
Subject: not as good as the SBD? you guys are stoned!
this AUD source is fantastic. Booming with PHIL, sparkeling with energy. Wonderful soundstage. Very enveloping.

upgrade your stereos first. this source needs nothing added to it. If you dont like it, then "sound-bored" yourself to extacy.
Reviewer: trh - favoritefavorite - October 27, 2004
Subject: need an upgrade
this is such a monster show...please need an upgrade
Reviewer: james@atticsofmylife.com - favoritefavoritefavorite - October 14, 2004
Subject: aud energy
this is nowhere near the quality of the SBD recording but if you want to hear/feel the energy of the crowd when the Dark Star crashes onto Hampton, then here it is...
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